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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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  • Films across all art forms: from performing to performance, from music to electronic media, from physical to spiritual, from visual arts to photography, fashion and later included philosophy and religion, gastronomy, history and politics and psychology. More than 5000 films, international in scope.
  • open access resource
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  • The Downtown Eastside Research Access Portal (DTES RAP) is an easy-to-use resource intended to improve access to academic and community-generated research related to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
  • Access open for everyone, some restrictions to content.
  • Request an inter-library loan for restricted content or contact the library for more help with this resource.
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    • The NCTR continues the work started by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC).
    • Includes NCTR Reports that can be downloaded as pdfs as well as the NCTR Archives
    • The TRC was established as part of a legal settlement, the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement, between Survivors, the Government of Canada, the Assembly of First Nations and Inuit representatives, and the church bodies that had run residential schools. As part of that Agreement, the TRC was mandated to inform all Canadians about the residential school system and its legacy.
    • The NCTR was created through an agreement between the TRC and the University of Manitoba shortly before the conclusion of the TRC’s mandate. The Survivors’ statements, documents, and other materials collected through the TRC now form the heart of the NCTR. Five of the TRC’s Calls to Action (Calls to Action 65, 71, 72, 77 and 78) refer to the NCTR and its role as steward of these truths.
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